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CBS
Aug 16, 2009 7:00pm EDT
, the interview with james brown coming up next. big brother, there goes the neighborhood and cold case. a most unpredictable year has come to a mind-numbing close. y.e. yang overtakes tiger woods and has won the year's final major championship lifting a whole nation of golfers over his head and taking the wanamaker trophy back home to south korea. so long from hazeltine. yang is the winner here in minnesota. captioning funded by cbs and ford-- built for the road ahead. >> i thought it was cool, i thought it was fine, it was exciting, in fact. it led me to land in prison. >> tonight in his first interview since going to prison, michael vick explains what he did, why he did it, and how he says he's changed. >> the operation, michael, that you pleaded guilty, engaged in bar barous treatment of animals, beating them, shooting them, electrocuting them, drowning them. horrific things, michael. >> so this is the repro over here? >> this is it. >> most people know them as drones, the air force calls them unmanned aerial vehicles and right now there are dozens of them over the skies in iraq and afghani
WETA
Aug 28, 2009 7:49pm EDT
. you had to share. >> brown: again, the mar developments ofhe day: august became the deadest month for american trps in the eight- year afan war; a new report from the u.n.'s nucle watchdog found iran has notuspended its nucle activities. and californigovernor arnold schwarnegger declared a state of emergency for both nterey and los angeles couies after wildfires burned thousandof acres. on newsur.pbs.org, an online- only feature tonit-- an "art bt" conversation i had with josh neufeld, ahor of the new graphic novel, "a.-- after the luge-- "four years after katrina flooded new orans." here's a srt excerpt. >> what i did in ad was ttell the stories of seven diffent people, real new orlns, actual livin breathing human beings who survived katrin it was something that wanted to do as cartoonist. and figured that there were going to be pley of other ways that thistorm was going to be commemorated and the events we going to be talked about in books and film and this was my opportunitto add to at canon of historical records. >> brown: also onlineyou can find archive video om the hurricane
MSNBC
Aug 31, 2009 6:00am EDT
quote the british government -- this is the final nail in the coffin for gordon brown. he might as well just leave now. it will be very interesting to see if that story, mika, makes its way back across the atlantic to the white house. somebody in the u.s. government had to know. >> i think it's worth a question or two. i hope it gets asked. big show coming up. >> mike's back, obviously, from an amazing weekend as well, a sad weekend. but i've got to say one of the more -- >> uplifting as well. >> -- uplifting funerals that i've ever observed. >> yeah, catholics know how to do it. >> you guys do. >> beautiful. >> we just say be dead and throw in the ground and that's it. >> throw a handful of dirt on the coffin, see you later, go to the car and leave. >> all right. >> we're going to talk about that after -- >> it's time for news. >> now, welcome back, mika. i'm so excited that i'm not going to interrupt your news.
PBS
Aug 27, 2009 6:00pm EDT
captioning sponsored by macneil/lehrer productions >> brown: good evening. i'm jeffrey brown. on the "newshour" this thursday: the lead story: the start of three days of mourning for massachusetts senator edward kennedy. then the other news of the day: continuing trouble for the nation's banks as the deposit insurance fund shrinks further; separating fact from fiction on health care reform. ray suarez takes a hard look at the contentious debate. a rare meeting of a high level american and burma's reclusive leaders. margaret warner talks to virginia senator jim webb.=u and we close with reflections on the kennedy family legacy: judy woodruff is joined by historians michael beschloss and richard norton smith. major funding for the newshour with jim lehrer is provided by: >> what the world needs now is energy. the energy to get the economy humming again. the energy to tackle challenges like climate change. what if that energy came from an energy company? everyday, chevron invests $62 million in people, in ideas-- seeking, teaching, building. fueling growth around the world to mo
NBC
Aug 26, 2009 4:30am EDT
" is called off. >>> learning his punishment. chris brown is sentenced for assaulting former girlfriend and chris brown is sentenced for assaulting former girlfriend and pop star rihanna. captions paid for by nbc-universal television >>> hello and good morning. i'm christina brown. >>> today we begin with the passing of a political icon. early this morning came word that massachusetts senator ted kennedy died, a powerful voice on capitol hill for nearly a half century. kennedy passed away after a battle with brain cancer. ted kennedy was 77 years old. for more on his life, here's nbc's brian mohr. >> reporter: edward kennedy grew up in the shadow of two brothers who became american icons. but his decade in the senate established him as a lenl end in his own right. >> they want to undermine the medicare system and next will be social security. >> reporter: massachusetts voters sent him to the senate in 1962, two years after brother john f. kennedy won the white house. >> the torch has been passed. >> reporter: those days of cam lot were short-lived. jfk's assassination in 1963. >> onto c
PBS
Aug 12, 2009 6:00pm EDT
at 9361. the nasdaq rose nearly 29 points to close at 1998. jeffrey brown has more on our lead story. >> brown: and for that i am joined by ""washington post"" business reporter neil irwin. that line jim just quoted, "economic activity leveling out" that's fed-speak for things are looking better. what are they seeing? >> they're seeing the same are seeing and ordinary americans are seeing, which is even though the economy is in bad shape, we're not seeing growth yet probably things are better than they were six months ago and we seem to be in a bottoming process where the economy isn't shrinking at the pace it was, it probably isn't shrinking at all. that doesn't mean we're going to get a roaring recovery but it's better than we were. they explain some of the things that seem to be happening. >> brown: they say that economic activity is likely to remain weak for a time, i'm quoting, so there is still plenty of caution. >> there is, and, of course, they're not proclaiming victory, the fed is not saying it's all over, we can go back to the way things were and the economy's in great sha
NBC
Aug 31, 2009 9:00am EDT
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WETA
Aug 12, 2009 7:25pm EDT
of the financial cris.1o on again to jeffrey brown. a te: this conversation was recorded bore today's developments. >> brown: even amid some rece positive econic sis, the fallout from the meltown continues and the lasting iact on individls, communities and intitutions is still being assessed. a new book "ben bernanke's war onhe pani goes wndehind the scenes to lok a why. author did wessell is economics editor for "wall street journ." welcome back >> good to behere. >>rown: you have covered ts every day, the daily news we're both par of. when you step bk from all those littleieces and look at the big picture, what struck you most? >> i thi two things strike me. one is just how enormo the threat was tohe financial system and the wholeeconomy. when you write about this o company, one day of the market at a time, it's hard to realize just how b a threat it was, and when i talked to bernke a feweeks after the lean brothe thing and he sa to me, "we came very cse to depression 2.0," itort of ok breath away. a the second thing ishat -- >>rown: that will take your brth away. >> yeah, and it wasn't clear we
CBS
Aug 22, 2009 11:00pm EDT
73rd birthday. the party for go-go legend chuck brown is still going strong end to as gary nuremburg shows us. >> there has always been a chuck brown way. his fans know it. >> the chuck brown way like a little jazz, with -- topped off with a bit of go-go. >> this is sheer soul, how he place his music means a lot to native washingtonians. >> the chuck brown way is living life to its fullest. >> shaking it a little bit is the chuck brown way. >> there has always been a chuck brown way. now there is "a chuck brown way" at the 900 block of 7th street named in his honor saturday. a street. chuck brown. do they go together or what? the man essentially made d.c.'s go-go sound happen. 73, a unique sound. his own street now. 73. what is the chuck brown way? >> right now i'm just enjoying every minute. of -- of being, you understand, so you can remember me as a nice old humble guy that is still around, that is still trying to -- trying to kid, you know what i mean? >> we do know what you mean, mr. brown. you showed us. >>> gary nuremburg, 9 news now, and wusa9.com. >>> mr. brown is scheduled
FOX
Jul 31, 2009 10:00pm EDT
at the fugitives we are hoping to find tonight. >> police say 17-year-old maurice brown shot a man in the head several times killing him had. in the 3000 block of elgin avenue. it happened on may 8. brown is 5 feet five, and weighs 115 pounds. brown goes by the nickname reesc. >> elijah jones wanted for first-degree murder. on july 24, he got in an argument with three brothers. in a home, in the 1900 block of cecil avenue. police say jones fired on all three men and then went on the run. elijah jones is 5'5 and weighs 177 pounds. >> we also have a third fugitive. hoping to find tonight. take a good look at this man. 19-year-old cavan jefferson known as flip and fats. the lieutenant joins us to talk about jefferson, what can you tell me about this guy? >> well mr. jefferson is accused of a shooting in the 2900 block of the al me ta on 13th of july in which he shot a gentleman and killed him. >> he is obviously dangerous individual and he should be considered armed and dangerous any time he is approached. >> okay. there you have it. the latest on jefferson. and keep in mind that the smallest bit
CBS
Aug 26, 2009 4:00pm EDT
brown reports from hyannis port. >> reporter: senator ted kennedy will be laid to rest at arlington national cemetery, near his brothers, john and robert. his death has unleashed a flood of sentiment. they said the lion of the senate passionately pursued his causes, while remaining friends with his opposition. >> that's why he was one of the greatest to serve in our democracy. >> reporter: kennedy championed healthcare, education, and civil rights. condolences are pouring into his washington office, and flags have been lowered to half staff. >> for me, i lost my best friend in the senate, he was a great friend. >> reporter: the 77-year-old lost the long battle with brain cancer overnight in his home. vice president joe biden spoke with kennedy's widow. >> she said, she said, he was ready to go, joe, but we were not ready to let him go. >> reporter: the family will leave the compound here at hyannis port wednesday, as the motorcade will transport the body. his body will lie in repose for public viewing through friday. >> reporter: mourners have been flocking to the kennedy library, a
PBS
Aug 5, 2009 6:00pm EDT
; and jeffrey brown looks at what's working and what's not. the senate debates sonia sotomayor's nomination to the supreme court. judy woodruff talks to senator charles grassley-- a leading republican negotiator on health care reform. and a report on the growing accumulation of garbage in the oceans. major funding for the newshour with jim lehrer is provided by: ♪ ( hard rock guitar riff playing ) >> we are intel, sponsors of tomorrow. >> what the world needs now is energy. the energy to get the economy humming again. the energy to tackle challenges like climate change. what is that energy came from an energy company? everyday, chevron invests $62 million in people, in ideas-- seeking, teaching, building. fueling growth around the world to move us all ahead. this is the power of human energy. chevron. and the william and flora hewlett foundation, working to solve social and environmental problems at home and around the world. and with the ongoing support of these institutions and foundations. and... this program was made possible by the corporation for public broadcasting. and by contribu
FOX News
Aug 29, 2009 11:00pm EDT
know that gordon brown talk to moammar khadafy about to release six weeks ago soon he is the prime minister brittain. >> is the prime minister of britain. his most important deputy, peter mandelson discussed it with moammar khadafy son a couple weeks ago when they were vacationing together in corfu and another gordie brown, the prime minister, who before kenny mccaskill publicly announced it, that megrahi was going to be released this order brown wrote a letter to moammar khadafy pleading with him to keep megrahi's return to libya at loki, which was a request that the libyans gave the back of the hand to, which goes to show what happens when you try to deal with people like in the qaddafi regime. >> paul: we also know a libyans made megrahi a priority in a private internal discussions. imagine it would mandelson, and with others and they want him released. correct? >> correct. could i be sense of the day after his release that in every negotiation over every contract or anything that came up between the libyans and the british government, that megrahi was on the table. that's what
ABC
Aug 25, 2009 11:00pm EDT
chris brown gets probation for assaulting rihanna. what you're saying about it, next. >>> and the 2-degree guarantee for today was 88 degrees. we missed it by 1 degree. the official high at bwi stayed at 85. we'll have our complete forecast, and also a look at what could be tropical storm danny, coming up. come on in. you're invited to the chevy open house. where getting a new vehicle is easy. because the price on the tag is the price you pay on remaining '08 and '09 models. you'll find low, straightforward pricing. it's simple. now get an 2009 chevy silverado half-ton for under $18,000 after all offers. go to chevy.com/openhouse for more details. >>> latest developments now on the death of michael jackson. while the pop star's death has been ruled a homicide, there are still no criminal charges filed. but many feel it's just a matter of time before jackson's personal physician, dr. conrad murray, is charged. murray told investigators he administered a powerful mix of drugs to treat the pop star's insomnia hours before his death. the ruling was based on forensic tests which found th
HLN
Aug 25, 2009 5:00pm EDT
galanos. breaking news out of colorado. we're watching a los angeles courtroom for pop singer chris brown, and just moments, he's going to hear his sentence for assaulting his then-girlfriend rihanna. beat her up back in february. brown avoided jail time by taking a plea deal on a felony assault charge. the judge is expected to give him five years probation and about 1400 hours of labor oriented community service. brown is expected to undergo counseling for domestic violence. we'll bring you live when that sentencing begins in los angeles. want to stay with us for that. meantime, stunning statements right now from dr. conrad murray, michael jackson's personal doctor. he's speaking out against those newly released court documents. they suggest he gave jackson a lethal doze of propofol. murray says he never gave jackson anything that should have killed him. and now his attorney is slamming the theory, and new details where murray may have brought the drugs and if he lied to police about that, as well. take your calls, 1-877-tell-hln, the number. joining us to talk about it, dr. mort kelini,
CSPAN
Aug 2, 2009 8:00pm EDT
bruce chadwick. after that, gordon brown meets with the liaison committee. . . >> i lost my balance and fell against a shelf and as i did, from a higher shelf, there was a hardbound copies but it hit me in the head and landed on the floor and cover opened up and the page said the murder of george wythe. knew who was but i did not know he had been murdered. one of the chapter titles was a quote where he told doctors who arrived to see him when he fell ill that he had been murdered. he had been poisoned and he was feeling very badly and he propped himself up by his fellows and stared at his doctor and said, "i am murdered ." >> are you saying if you have not lost your balance, we would not have this book? >> yes. there is a street in alexand ria virginia with his name. i will get you to tell us about him. he is a fascinating character. >> the reason that people do not know a lot about him is because unlike most people, the only book he wrote was a legal book on his decisions when he was a judge. he never kept a diary. there was very little impression about him. he served in the contin
CSPAN
Aug 3, 2009 6:00am EDT
michael brown and his freedwoman servant were having breakfast on a sunday morning. the grandnephew had a cup of coffee and deliberately sat there finishing it as ever and watched him do that. then he stood suspiciously next to the coffee pot and pulled out a thin piece of white paper with powdered crystals in it. when he thought lydia was not looking he threw it into the coffee pot. she saw him do it, but had no reason to suspect anything was wrong. thought nothing of it and then everyone in the house drink the coffee. the nephews that i have to go and ran out the door and disappeared. no one was suspicious. after 15 minutes after drinking the coffee they became violently ill. >> the 3? >> the three, not the nephew. >> explain more about the freed slave. >> she had been a slave until about 1980 -- 1897. she stayed to work with him as a paid employee. >> how old was she at the time? >> she was around her mid-60 prosperity a's. she was very loyal to him and very trustworthy. and >> and michael brown? >> she was a 16 year-old kid who was his latest product day. he would look for teenagers
CBS
Aug 24, 2009 5:00am EDT
. details coming up in the buzz. >>> and prime minister tribute to chuck brown. we'll be right back. nd calu fs or cernkis available at your chevy dealer. h witmore eligible models to choose from than anyone. walqus iee if bcltocyreed,f qualifies to be recycled, you can get a $3500 or $4500 government rebate. and just announced! if you qualify for the cluernk rebate, u y ma also qualifyust announced! i for 0% apr for 72 months. k that means you can buy a '09 coorbalt f $nt8 ltmoa h after a $3500 government reteo a n pwnntdoaymend. go to chevy.com for details. >>> today in the examiner, a fight over shared driveway in maryland leads to a courtroom struggle for power between a homeowners association and local zoning authorities. >>> and the department of homeland security tells counties in its illegal immigration enforcement program to refocus their efforts on violent criminals. read these story and more in the examiner. >>> washgton's own go-go legend chuck brown celebrated his 73rd birthday this weekend and now you can drive down a street named after him. digital correspondent gary none
CSPAN
Aug 2, 2009 11:00pm EDT
, outgoing woman. if she told you something, it was true. bucs and michael brown? >> michael brown was a 16-year- old kid. he would look for teenagers who he thought showed a lot of promise and take them in as proteges. we talked about jefferson. michael brown was the latest. michael brown was a mulato. jefferson would have michael brown live at the white house and jefferson would tutor him. george wythe lived upstairs and he was sitting in his bedroom reading the morning at use when -- the morning newspapers when the grandnephew boys in the coffee. he became violently ill. >> george sweeney? -- george wythe sweeney? >> that was the nephew. 17-years old, he was always in trouble. >> related to george wythe how? >> he was his sister's grandson. >> what did he want to kill him? >> money. the kid had fallen prey to an epidemic of gambling in richmond. richmond had become a colonial sodom and gomorrah. gambling, drinking and prostitution. wythe's house was three blocks up the street where all the casinos were. the kid had gone down every night and run up huge gambling debts and began to steal f
HLN
Aug 25, 2009 8:00pm EDT
. stunning photos go public. the attacker -- chris brown. star treatment taking on a whole new meaning. after punching, choking, biting, threatening to kill rihanna, then posting an apology on the internet to win back his fans, brown sentenced to straight probation. no jail time. hey, judge, thanks. >> mr. brown's sentence is suspended. you are going to be placed on formal felony probation for a period of 60 months. >> i have tried to live my life in a way that will make those around me proud of me and until recently, i think i was doing a pretty good job. >> you are to abide by all the orders of the court and the rules of probation. >> i wish i have a chance to live those few moments again, but unfortunately i can't. >> and was must not come within 100 yards of the protected person, except both parties -- except if both parties are at entertainment industry event in which case the distance is ten yards. >> i told rihanna countless times and i'm telling you today i'm truly, truly sorry that i wasn't able to handle the situation both differently and better. >> do you understand? >> i hope othe
FOX
Aug 28, 2009 10:00pm EDT
-637-8970. here is a look at tonight's fugitives. this is the second time you are seeing 17-year-old maurice brown. police say he shot a man in the head several times killing him in the 3,000 block of elgin avenue. it happened on may 8. brown is 5'5"inches and weighs about 115 pounds. brown goes by the nickname rece on the street. 33-year-old sherman wilson is wanted on kidnapping and assault charges. on august 7, williams attacked his ex-girlfriend as she left a beauty salon in the 4600 block of northern parkway. investigators say williams forced the woman into his van and drove her to virginia before bringing her back to baltimore. williams is 5'11" and weighs 185 pounds. 45-year-old joseph harris is wanted for armed robbery. in june, police say harris beat a man in the head and then set him on fire in the 1100 block of north caroline street. investigators say after that, harris took the victim's pay and stole his personal items. harris is 5'10" tall and weighs 170 pounds. again, our fugitive files hotline is open. that is number 410-637-8970. all calls are anonymous. these officers aren't going
PBS
Aug 25, 2009 6:00pm EDT
of drug-resistant malaria in cambodia; and jeffrey brown talks to pbs journalists from around the country about how the economic and health care debates are hitting home. major funding for the newshour with jim lehrer is provided by: >> what the world needs now is energy. the energy to get the economy humming again. the energy to tackle challenges like climate change. what is that energy came from an energy company? everyday, chevron invests $62 million in people, in ideas-- seeking, teaching, building. fueling growth around the world to move us all ahead. this is the power of human energy. chevron. intel. supporting math and science education for tomorrow's innovators. the national science foundation. supporting education and research across all fields of science and engineering. and with the ongoing support of these institutions and foundations. and... this program was made possible by the corporation for public broadcasting. and by contributions to your pbs station from viewers like you. thank you. >> ifill: president obama nominated the chairman of the federal reserve, ben bernanke, t
WETA
Aug 5, 2009 7:00pm EDT
takes us behind the scenes; thpresident defends hieconomic agenda; and ffrey brown looks at what's working and what's not. the senate bates sonia sotomayor's nomination to th supremeourt. juy woodruff talks to senator charles grassy-- a leading republic negotiator on health care reform. and a report the growing cumulation of garbage in th oceans. rwitrngjdi t forew f nouhesh m lehror iproved by: re ♪ ( hard rock guitar riff playing ) >> we are intel, sponsors of torrow. >> what the world eds now is ergy. the eney to get the economy humming again. the energy to tacklehallenges like climate change. what is tt energy came from an energy coany? everyday, chevron inves $62 million in peopl in ideas-- seeking, teaching, blding. fueling growthround the world to move uall ahead. this is the power of huma engy. chevron. and the william and flora hewlett foundation, workg to solve socialnd environmental problems at home and aroundhe world. and wh the ongoing support of these institutions a fodations. and... this program w made possible by theorporation for public broadcasting. and cont
PBS
Aug 18, 2009 6:00pm EDT
, with the largest identity theft ever: ray suarez looks at how it happened; and jeffrey brown talks to journalist and author alex jones about turmoil in the news business. major funding for the newshour with jim lehrer is provided by: >> what the world needs now is energy. the energy to get the economy humming again. the energy to tackle challenges like climate change. what if that energy came from an energy company? every day, chevron invests $62 million in people, in ideas-- seeking, teaching, building. fueling growth around the world to move us all ahead. this is the power of human energy. chevron. intel. supporting math and science education for tomorrow's innovators. the atlantic philanthropies. and with the ongoing support of these institutions and foundations. and... this program was made possible by the corporation for public broadcasting. and by contributions to your pbs station from viewers like you. thank you. >> ifill: the security situation in afghanistan deteriorated today after a suicide attack in kabul killed at least eight people and injured 55 more. earlier, the presidential pal
CBS
Aug 7, 2009 4:30am EDT
, everyone. thanks for joining us. i'm karen brown in for michelle guillen. >>> president obama says this country is finally digging itself out of the worst recession since world war ii. we'll get a better picture today when the labor department releases the unemployment figures for july. susan roberts in washington has more. good morning, susan. >> reporter: karen, good morning to you. regardless of what we find out today, the job openings out there remain scarce, and most economists expect the unemployment rate to keep rising to 10% or higher by the end of the year. christoff miller never imagined he'd be out of work this long. >> i thought i'd go and find another job in a month at the longest. >> reporter: instead, it's been almost a year, so he's heading to houston to work for his family's roofing business. it's a field he has no experience in in a state he's never visited. >> i have to make money and pay my bills. >> reporter: analysts think the unemployment report today will be good news and bad news. the unemployment rate is expected to reach 9.6%, up from 9.5% in june and the
CBS
Aug 17, 2009 12:00pm EDT
is the result of widespread opposition to government run health insurance. joel brown explains. some of president obama's top aides are signaling he may be willing to give up his fight for a controversial part of the health care reform plan. as he wraps up his sweep in the west, his deputies are opening the door to a proposal that does not include the government- run insurance plan. >> the bottom line for the president is we have to have choice and competition in the insurance market. >> reporter: the move to give up the public option has angered liberals. >> do a little insurance reform. the kind other states have done, including ours 15 years ago and tackle health care reform at another time. let's not pretend we will do it without a public option. the president has to convince conservative members of his own party as well as republican senators. >> i think a lot of the proposals that the president has talked about and some of the democrats have talked about are in deep trouble. the american people are figuring it out. >> one key conservative democrat is proposing a system partiall
CSPAN
Aug 9, 2009 8:00pm EDT
community and is buried in a black cemetery. in many respects he is the john brown of the south pier he is more radical than number abolitionist. i have gone ahead of myself but levee kind of backtracking and say hello been more about newton knight southern unionism. s not only the server by the unionists he is a fugitive from justice and technically a deserter and certainly unionists is the capital crime. and, in fact, the confederacy is so worried about newton knight and his comrades and his alliances with blacks and they sent into crack regiments to try to snuff them out and nevada that confederate high command issued a summary execution. if you see them kill them. get them out of the web. there are able to hand out the confederates essentially because they know how to try to swap more fair and the comparison makes the mistake of trying to fight newton knight and his comrades in the gallery. you can do a lot of things with calgary and the confederacy had a great calvary of riding suave warfare with calvary does not make a lot of sense which is what the confederacy for the most part t
CBS
Aug 25, 2009 5:00pm EDT
under control. >> reporter: caper brown, -- karen brown, wjz eyewitness news. >> zenical was first approved 10 years ago. the drug label has been revised several times. the last revision was ordered by the fda. in february. >>> if you're waiting for someone to get home from work, let's check on the roads with sharon gibala. >> still looking at a tough situation eastbound. there's a look at the eastbound span of the bay bridge. at this point, the tractor- trailer has been removed from the bridge. but you're still looking at a right lane closure. there's a look at the delay. it's a backup that is extending now all of the way to richie highway. a serious backup there. definitely want to avoid that area. meantime, watch for an accident that one on 95. another in psyches will have. piney ridge road at johnsville. one on springtown road on falls road. 95, you're looking at delays from 195 to the beltway. northbound lanes slowed down again, between 895 and the beltway. typical delay there. typical delays also on the top and west sides of the beltway, with the average speed on the top side
CBS
Aug 26, 2009 5:00am EDT
will run down the most dangerous celebrities on the web coming up in the buzz. >>> plus chris brown learns his punishment for assaulting rihanna. >>> in the examiner a dc judge rules exgays are a protected class under the human rights act. >>> fairfax county students outpace their peers on the sat exam and metro moves its lost and found. read these story and more in the examiner. >>> a six-month domestic abuse saga is coming to a close for chris brown and rihanna. he won receive jail time for assaulting his then girlfriend but will serve out his sentence in virginia where he grew up. teri okita has more from los angeles. >> you are going to be placed on formal felony probation. >> reporter: r&b singer chris brown looked contrite as the judge told him he will do five years probation and six months physical labor not just community service. >> the community labor includes performing manual labor tasks such as graffiti removal, trash pickup, washing cars, cleaning and maintaining grounds. >> reporter: chief of police will directly supervise brown's labor program. the 20-year-old is also requi
HLN
Aug 31, 2009 12:00pm EDT
law enforcement stumped and an entire community living in fear. and singer chris brown is finally talking about his assault of his ex-girlfriend rihan rihanna. what he has to say about that attack. >>> and welcome. i'm original carichelle carey. a wildfire spreading near los angeles, consumed tens of thousands of acres and doubled in size overnight. we'redowned from sunland, california, to tell us what the top priorities, besides ob youbtly getting fighter out. has are the top priorities for firefighters? >> reporter: well, one of the biggest priorities is to continue to protect the many neighborhoods that this fire is burning right up against. in many of these neighborhoods, we've seen huge flame on the hillsides. firefighters have been letting them burn down the hillside because it's too tough to battle them there. what they do is really man every call cul-de-sac, every end of the block with fire tanks and crews have very been really battling it once it get down to ground level. this, one of the many areas where firefighters are continuing to wage one massive firefight. an out o
WETA
Aug 18, 2009 7:00pm EDT
. . >> rerter: here in shington d.c., ron brown middle school has reason t celebrate. >> the class of 2009 graduates, ease stand. >> reporter: afr years of dismal performance, test sres are starting to clb. >> this year we hadhe greatest gains wee ever ha 30% ofur students are proficient at rding and math. basically at this point reporter: 30%ay not sound like much. but in 2006, when darr slade became priipal, only 9% of students hereere on grade level in mah. >> my go is to be atlist 80% proficient, but you start celebrate gains. let's give them a round of applause. >> reporter:on brown midd school isn't alo. student across washiton, long considered one of the worst schoolystems in the nion, are scoring higher on standardized tes. it's the result of an aggressive campaign now two yers old, when mayor fenty and his surprise pick run the school system former teacher an nonprofit leader michelle reed. >> a not the ku superintendent, this is ing to be m one and only suerintendent. so in that way ion't have to worrybout what's going to appen to my reputation o something like that. >> reporte
PBS
Aug 13, 2009 6:00pm EDT
brown has our lead story report. >> brown: the focus of the fight for a second day was a major taliban stronghold in helmand province. the offensive began wednesday at dawn after 400 u.s. marines and a hundred afghan troops stormed the town of dahaneh in the face of heavy resistance. today, the coalition force resumed its bid to drive out insurgents who've kept the area in their grip. >> ( translated ): there is no peace and security in this country, and we are concerned. now, hopefully, security and prosperity will come to this village. we all look forward to that. >> brown: the coalition force also operated under new restrictions on air strikes to avoid civilian casualties. this was the latest in a series of recent operations since u.s. forces began a major buildup in afghanistan. casualties have also been rising, with another american and three british soldiers killed today. as more u.s. troops pour in, "the wall street journal" reported this week that their top commander, army general stanley mcchrystal, was warning that the taliban have gained the upper hand. the general's aides d
MSNBC
Aug 28, 2009 5:00pm EDT
and the former mayor of san francisco, willie brown. gentlemen, i can't think of two greater guys to have on to start our coverage tonight. i want gene to start and then mayor brown to pick up on this. the importance of this passing, i think it's an era, i think something really big is happening. it's not disease or violence that won this week. it's time. gene first. >> it is time, time that won, and time will always win. eras do begin and end. it's a very special thing that's ending right now though. not the kennedy mystique, but the kennedy substance, what the kennedys meant to the nation and especially to the democratic party. of course, started with jack, but then when bobby came along the kennedy name really came to represent a kind of liberalism that -- a kind of concern for those in our society who are neediest who have least, and ted kennedy then carried that on for decades, and he was always there, and since he was always there, that element, that concept, that concern for the poor was a central part of what the democratic party stood for, and it had a figure of such substance an
FOX
Aug 24, 2009 10:00pm EDT
. >> once they arrive, it is the job of dr. brian brown and his team at the university of maryland medical center to nurse them back to health. >> we are extremely good, fast, efficient and we have done it so well, it is becoming popular to come to an emergency department. preference shallly than other sites. >> ranking maryland 35th in the average time spent in a emergency department. the average of wait is 1 to 2 hours. >> availability and excessibility, primary care, ore general care, i think would alleviate some of my problem. >> a victim of his own success, the veteran physician believes he has the prescription to decrease the burden played on the emergency department and others across the country. of it is a simple proactive approach to saving lives and billons in health care costs. >> having, you know, community, you know, health centers, that are convenient for the population, would have a definite impact. >> of the 70,000 patients that visit dr. brown's er yearly, a surprising 72 percent have some form of insurance. >> the greatest increase in ed utilization, is among the insured.
CSPAN
Aug 23, 2009 6:00am EDT
the starting nod against the browns, first offensive play for the lions and the rook, stafford, rolling out, the right idea, wrong person, eric wright the lucky recipient, put some moves on, changes direction, returns it to the lions five. browns get a field goal on the ensuing possession. stafford didn't look as sharp as he did a week ago. second quarter. down 20. off the play action. stafford has a man open but overthrows adam jennings. stafford 5-13 for 35 yards and that one pick. espn's tim hasselbeck on how stafford looked on saturday night. >> matthew stafford's first start for the detroit lions did not go well. he turned the football over. he was inaccurate. and at times, he looked confused. i would have to see drastic improvement in his game to feel comfortable starting him in the season opener. >> the football giants, big blue against jay cutler and the bears, cutler 5-10 with a pick in his first preseason game. against jay cutler and the much better from the get-go this time around, that's earl bennett, 27 yards and a first down, his first pass of the game, bennett, cutler's forme
CNN
Aug 1, 2009 7:00pm EDT
is also a former police chief. also joining us is amos brown, senior pastor at the third baptist church in san francisco. and in washington tonight, eduardo rodriguez jr. of the raven group, who work on racial profiling issues as they affect the hispanic community. okay so thank you very much for joining us. my first question, i wanted to go to the former police officer. okay? former police chief, i should say, richard weinblatt. you heard that young man's account of what he believes was racial plow filing. he wasn't doing anything wrong. we do know that the police are under considerable pressure. there's a lot of crime here. so how do you justify the two there? >> well, absolutely. i mean, as, you know, don, you've lived in different places around the country, in louisiana, and philadelphia, i've been in law enforcement in different parts of the country, and the common thread that runs here is, how do you treat people with respect, treat people that feel that they are disenfranchised, that their perception is their reality, that they are being disenfranchised and still balance that wit
FOX News
Aug 30, 2009 6:00am EDT
in yet. this is what we do know. we know that gordon brown talk to moammar khadafy about to release six weeks ago soon he is the prime minister brittain. >> is the prime minister of britain. his most important deputy, peter mandelson discussed it with moammar khadafy son a couple weeks ago when they were vacationing together in corfu and another gordie brown, the prime minister, who before kenny mccaskill publicly announced it, that megrahi was going to be released this order brown wrote a letter to moammar khadafy pleading with him to keep megrahi's return to libya at loki, which was a request that the libyans gave the back of the hand to, which goes to show what happens when you try to deal with people like in the qaddafi regime. >> paul: we also know a libyans made megrahi a priority in a private internal discussions. imagine it would mandelson, and with others and they want him released. correct? >> correct. could i be sense of the day after his release that in every negotiation over every contract or anything that came up between the libyans and the british government, that megrahi
WHUT
Aug 24, 2009 6:00am EDT
of ack, she is a survivor. made her much more like jackie brown. i think soshana is keeping it together in tight situations where anyone else would crumble where anyone else would melt. would they planning to down in flames. -- what they did was not filmed? >> soshana is thinking she is going to go up to the theatre, can't imagine living through this, it is a suicide mission on her parent part. as far as the was terds are concerned. if the first group were to -- they could drop the bombs off. when brad goes in she are such bumbleing idiots, let's just get us in the building. if we can get in the building we'll let off the bombs. in the case of the other female characters, --. >> rose: who was a german actress. >> she is terrific. >> rose: a real character. >> well, she is, there is a lot of shadow things in this movie where i take a real life thing and do a shadow version of it. her character to me is based on two characters, one there is a hungarian actress that came to holly. i just kind of based it on -- if he had gone to hollywood during the debt richt kaz. there was a singer and ac
FOX
Jul 31, 2009 11:00pm EDT
-old jerrod reed, he was gunned down on july 19. tonight police arrested brandon brown. police are looking into whether brown was the gunman at the cookout shooting this past weekend. 12 people were shot in that incident. no one died. >> we're teaming up with the baltimore city police tonight tracking down suspects in our fugitive files. joy lepola joins us live with the team of detectives at the warrant apprehension task force headquarters in north baltimore. joy? >> all right. thank you karen. well, over the past couple of weeks, here in the city of baltimore, we have seen so much violence. well here is your opportunity to pick up the phone and help clean up the streets of baltimore. lieutenant john weldel with the warrant apprehension task force is joining me to talk a little bit about the importance of getting the community involved in getting some of these people locked up. >> absolutely. the community's help is the single most important thing that we do, in capturing these individuals. every minute that these people are on the street, the potential for harm to the community is great.
CBS
Aug 5, 2009 5:00pm EDT
for stability. >>> we're awaiting the sentencing of chris brown in connection with his attack on rihanna. live with the latest. >> reporter: brown reached a plea deal to limit his sentence to probation and no jail time. the 20-year-old expected to serve 6 months of community labor and has to stay 50 yards away from rihanna for the next five years. he admitted to assaulting her last february. brown will have to take violence classes. >> brown released a video and apologized for his actions saying he was ashamed of what he had done. >>> a claim that an estimated two billion people could catch the h1n1 virus. no one knows how many have caught it. the final numbers may never be known. >>> if you have pain in your hip, there's a new treatment option available. kelly says it's a procedure that is getting young athletes back on their feet. >> any pain on the side? >> reporter: you wouldn't think hip pain would slow down the 16- year-old, it was a tear in the cartilage slowing her down. >> after i would work out. every time i would take a step, sharp pain shot up through my hip. >> she turned to
ABC
Aug 6, 2009 6:00am EDT
. >> the senate has many votes to get through. pamela brown has more. >> good morning. senate leaders have a lot on the table before they head to summer recess. judge sotomayor is expected to win the vote today. we are calling this nomination history making. the first hispanic and third woman to join the u.s. supreme court is going towards eight certain confirmation. at least seven republicans say they will vote in favor of her. >> there has been no significant finding against her. there has been no public uprising against her. i did not believe the constitution tells me i should refuse to support or merely because i disagree with her on some court cases. >> some democratic lawmakers rallied on capitol hill, hoping to give her a boost before her confirmation vote. >> i believe she will make an excellent justice. >> another item, voting to pour $2 billion into the cash for clunkers program. senators were able to reach a deal last night. it's a big relief for car dealers and drivers. lawmakers hoping this extra funding will bring half a million more cars traded for fuel efficient vehicles. pamela
ABC
Aug 26, 2009 6:00am EDT
overhaul hit home last night and it got heated once again. >> pamela brown has some of the highlights and what is next. >> the focus was supposed to be on congressman jim moran as you talked about health care reform. this town hall turned into a fierce face-off. there were cheers and jeers. several evictions and plenty of opinions to go around. >> the whole program is a nut job. " there is a role for government. the government is like a big nonprofit. >> congressman jim moran still managed to squeeze in words of support for the proposed health care reform. >> under this proposal, no one will lose their correct health coverage. >> the rally was that the reston gymnasium last night. there was anotherown hall outside. >> i don't think the health care system should be built around the insurance compans. >> it stings. it is bankrupting the country. >> you can expect pensions to run high once again today. chris van hollen will be holding his own town hall this morning. pamela brown, abc 7 news. >> thank you. >>> eight minutes after the hour. >> when return, the rush is on to get ready for t
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